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PRODUCTION DESIGN

Production design is the creation and association of the physical world encompassing a film story. The term was authored by maker David O. Selznick (1902–1965) to depict the more prominent than-typical commitment of creator William Cameron Menzies (1896–1957) to Gone with the Wind (1939), however the precise responsibility of a production designer, differs from film to film. 266 more words

Broadcast Media

Your Home is Your Film Set

Today I went to a required workshop for one of my production classes and the workshop was about production design–by the wonderful Bronte.

Now, one of the exercises that she had us do was look at a picture of a students desk and try and describe the character by their school desk. 886 more words

School

Sketchbook: Week 1

Pages from my “From Greatness to Dust and Back Again” story sketchbook over the past week. Character studies, inventing a new tribal-clan culture idea, cosmonauts, sketches of a few inspirations, personal criticism on mistakes in drawings, and making fun of myself and my characters being “furries” (all in good spirits, of course). 30 more words

Artwork

The Tube Riders: MA film design project and the novel to film scenario

As a separate part of my project review I wanted to not only share a handful of the designs from my novel to film project with the wider world but look at the book versus film scenario. 479 more words

Drawing

MOONRAKER

1979, dir. Lewis Gilbert

A title card at the end of The Spy Who Loved Me promises that “James Bond will return in For Your Eyes Only”–a lie. 1,529 more words

James Bond

Book Review: The Wrong House: The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

Publisher: Nai010 Publishers

Release Date: April 30, 2014

“Settings, of course, come into the preliminary plan, and usually I have a fairly clear idea about them; I was an art student before I took up with films.

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Alfred Hitchcock

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Book Review: The Wrong House: The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

Publisher: Nai010 Publishers

Release Date: April 30, 2014

“Settings, of course, come into the preliminary plan, and usually I have a fairly clear idea about them; I was an art student before I took up with films.

348 more words
Alfred Hitchcock